[wp-hackers] WordPress, web standards, and (X)HTML

Robin Adrianse shorty114 at shorty114.net
Tue Dec 5 00:07:00 GMT 2006

It may be possible to use fancy regular expressions using filters to catch
that stuff, but I don't know if this is viable. Last resort is an output
buffer handler IMO.

On 12/4/06, Geoffrey Sneddon <foolistbar at googlemail.com> wrote:
> On 4 Dec 2006, at 22:08, Andy Skelton wrote:
> > How about implementing one of these solutions as a theme or a plugin?
> > I would give my two cents if I saw some code. Extra credit for docs
> > and metrics.
> Part of the issue is that there are plenty of places where XHTML
> closing tags are hard coded within WordPress, so it really has to be
> changed there (whether it just be made an option, or moving it out of
> core, possibly to the theme).
> - Geoffrey Sneddon
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